Okay the Bio class is working, try the English class next.

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One typo and you're saying I should go to English class? Heil grammar nazi!

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Technically they did. Neanderthals were actually classed as Homo sapiens neanderthalensis, as opposed to modern humans, Homo sapiens sapiens. Chronologically, we're a kind of sub-species.

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I believe in March of this year that science changed,
Just to stir the pot a bit, Neanderthals interbred with Humans, proving they existed at the same time.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/05/06/AR2010050604423.html

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Not really a 'new' theory - I wrote part of an essay about this in Primate biology about fifteen years ago, it was fairly a fairly accepted supposition at the time. I suppose recent DNA investigation may have conclusively proved it.

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Oh thats good to know. I get confused by the timeline and family tree.

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No it isn't weird. I think it would be very weird if we had evolved independently .

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It's not that weird, when you consider what is classified as Primate.

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not weird, we had to evolve from something

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Not weird to me.

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No, it actually makes perfect sense and explains a lot about the men in my family growing up:)

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I'm not.

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No, it's not weird at all. <br />
Some of us act more monkey than others.

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